With so many emails coming in every day, from personal subscriptions to work-related messages, your Gmail inbox can be a mess. You may want to clean it up but not to the point that they’ll be deleted permanently. After all, some of them may prove to be important or useful someday.
In Apple Mail and other email clients, you may have the option to choose between push and fetch email delivery. These two methods differ substantially in theory but are quite similar in practice. Is push better than fetch email? What are push and fetch emails? Let’s find out! TL;DR: Use push delivery. What’s This About? […]
Markup is one of the more under utilized features of OS X Yosemite. So much so, that many users don’t even know that it even exists. The Markup functionality exists within the OS X Mail app, allowing you to make simple edits and annotations to image files and PDF documents that are sent your way […]
Apple made some huge changes to Mail with the release of OS X Lion. Some of its lesser-known features can make your life a lot easier, but you may not know they’re there. Here’s one of my favorites.
OS X Lion introduces a new layout to Mail that makes life a lot easier, thanks to threaded conversations. But it can be kind of… monochromatic. Want to make it more eye-catching — and useful? Add photos to your Address Book contacts. Here’s how.
Ready to tame your Inbox? Bend it to your will? Make it work for you, instead of against you? Apple’s default email program, Mail, is a more robust piece of software than it often gets credit for. Yet its Inbox still tends to suck up its user’s life instead of simplifying it. If you’re ready […]
When I made the switch from PC to Mac, one of the big concessions that I made was with Apple Mail. I never really liked the interface, and it just seemed too clunky for me to use. Eventually – after trying out Thunderbird and Entourage with mixed results – I decided to go back to […]